Nevsky Shipyard Gets Order for 4 MPSVs


Nevsky Shipyard and the Direction of State Contractor of Marine Transport Development Program have signed a contract for the construction of 4 multipurpose small-draft salvage vessels of MPSV12 project.

Nevsky Shipyard got the right to conclude the given contract having won the open competitive tender earlier this month.

The vessel represents multipurpose small-draft salvage ship with two propellers, with reinforced ice class, with a raked stem and cruiser aft end, with long two tier forecastle superstructure, with forward living superstructure and engine room in amidship, with diesel propulsion plant, with two bow thrusters and one stern thruster, with «Arc5» ice category.

The MPSV is also intended for subsea use, including:

- rescue, ship-repair and diving works at depth not more than 60 meters, also diving works with underwater welding and cutting;

- search and inspection of underwater potential accident objects;

- ROV of working class with depth up to 3000 m service.

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